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Future at Stake: Neiman's Battles the Luxury Drought

A deal to sell the Dallas-based luxury chain would be difficult to execute.

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Fashion

Inside Giorgio Armani's Chic Spring Collection

Dubbing his collection ‘Charmani,’ Giorgio Armani’s spring line radiated a chic charm that felt fresh and alluring.

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Fashion

Versace Rethinks Ath-leisure for Spring 2017

Donatella Versace played an athletic hand for the win for spring.

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Nervous in the Ranks: Luxury Brands See Weakness in Japan

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Japan, long an El Dorado for luxury goods firms, is becoming more of a worrying slog.

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Retail Features

Net-a-Porter Looks to Spin Web in U.S.

Net-a-porter.com has the U.S. in its sights, and the holidays have nothing to do with it.

clock November 28, 2006Samantha Conti

Fashion Features

The Skinny at StyleMax: Dresses and Jeans

Dresses and skinny jeans continued to shape the spring buy of many Midwestern retailers as they shopped Chicago’s StyleMax market.

clock November 28, 2006Beth Wilson

Fashion Features

Bloomingdale’s Sets Grant Memorial Fund

Donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association in memory of Marie Grant, a 25-year Bloomingdale’s veteran who was best known for launching the store’s Cul de Sac designer accessories department.

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: Ferragamo Goes First Class for Singapore… Parfums Burberry Appoints President… Fresh Names Barker Senior Vice President

Ferragamo Parfums has inked a deal with Singapore Airlines to do travel kits for the carrier’s first-class passengers.

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Fashion Features

Prizes Boost Young Designers’ Visibility

The sight of designer Doo-Ri Chung skidding into the recent Swiss Textiles Award gala straight off the plane after winning first prize at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in New York said it all.

clock November 28, 2006Katya Foreman

Fashion Features

Importers Wary on Vietnam

With Vietnam’s trade status in limbo, American manufacturers are rethinking their sourcing plans in that country.

clock November 28, 2006Evan Clark

Fashion Features

Summer Woes Hit Oil Prices

Violence and political tensions in the Middle East last summer, including the Israel-Lebanon conflict and U.S.-Iran stalemate over nuclear development, helped trigger a $10-per-barrel boost in world oil prices, international experts said.

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Fashion Features

Pre-fall Collections Gain Prominence

Luca Orlandi will stage a pre-fall runway show of his Luca Luca ready-to-wear collection Dec. 4 in New York in response to buyers who tend to place the bulk of their fall orders in December.

clock November 28, 2006Holly Haber

Fashion Features

Dresses, Novelty Tops Spur Sales at Fashion Industry Gallery

Retailers sought special pieces at Fashion Industry Gallery to distinguish their stores from competitors.

clock November 28, 2006Holly Haber

Retail Features

Seven For All Mankind, LaRok Share Pop-up Store

Seven For All Mankind and LaRok have teamed up for “change” this holiday season.

clock November 28, 2006Julee Greenberg

Retail Features

Car Shoe Flagship Shows Brand’s Drive

Car Shoe’s new flagship here is physical proof the Prada-owned brand has shifted into high gear.

clock November 28, 2006Alessandra Ilari

Fashion Features

Pretty as a Picture

A show of Karl Lagerfeld’s photography is bound to attract a fair bit of attention.

clock November 28, 2006Damien McGuinness

Retail Features

Luxury Brands See Weakness in Japan

Japan, long an El Dorado for luxury goods firms, is becoming more of a worrying slog.

clock November 28, 2006Miles Socha

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Posh Goes Solo… Quick Change… Iron Chef…

Victoria Beckham’s relationship with premium denim and lifestyle label Rock & Republic may be coming to an end.

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Financial

Retail Shares Hit Hard Monday

As the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1.3 percent, or 158 points, to 12,121 Monday, retail stocks slid deep into the red.

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Retail Features

Workers Get Their Clicks on ‘Cyber Monday’

How high did online holiday sales reach on Cyber Monday?

clock November 28, 2006Valerie Seckler

Fashion Features

In Brief: Tropical Weddings

Eighth Wonder, a Las Vegas casino developer, is one of three bidders vying to build a tropical casino resort on Sentosa Island in Singapore.

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People

Age of Innocence

“This would be a lot easier in jeans,” said Hannah Olivennes, the 18-year-old daughter of actress Kristin Scott Thomas, as 23 debutantes descended the grand staircase for the annual Crillon Ball in Paris on Saturday night.

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People

Mostly Martha

Though her stage presence might belie it, Martha Plimpton is tiny.

clock November 28, 2006Elisa Lipsky-Karasz

Memo Pad: Rubenstein and Rubenstein… One Voice Rules

What do former editor in chiefs do when they’re trying to launch a new career?

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Retail Features

Wal-Mart Deal Looks to India

After years of trying, Wal-Mart is getting a foothold in India, one of the world’s fastest-growing economies.

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